LOS ANGELES, April 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading AWS Managed Services Provider Stratalux, has announced the acquisition of the AWS Software division of Tojo Media during the NAB Show in Las Vegas where the company was a sponsor and exhibitor. Tojo Media is a digital media solutions company led by Joseph Hunt that specializes in building software for media and entertainment clients to be used in the Amazon AWS public cloud.
Through the acquisition, Stratalux has brought on Joseph Hunt as VP of Engineering and gained Charter Communications as a major client. Hunt currently advises Charter on architectural decisions regarding Amazon Web Services. These additions will allow Stratalux to further expand their ability to build software using AWS native services.
"This transaction reflects our long-term strategy to be a leader in cloud managed services with AWS. Stratalux is known as a pioneer in 'operations as software' and this acquisition makes perfect directional sense with how both the technology and markets are evolving," said Stratalux President Justin Cohen. "We are thrilled to have Joe on the team and to work closely with Charter."
About Stratalux Stratalux (www.stratalux.com) is one of the original AWS managed services companies and Advanced Consulting Partners that helps businesses migrate, manage and optimize their workloads on the Amazon Web Services cloud infrastructure. With a strong DevOps focus, Stratalux brings a developer mindset to the infrastructure world, yielding better performance, scalability, and cost optimizations, allowing its customers to take full advantage of this new platform. Stratalux knows exactly how to architect your environments under AWS, while still retaining what's unique to each business. Experts in configuration management tools like Chef, Stratalux enables customers to make the most of the AWS ecosystem and provides managed services to keep your servers up and running 24x7x365. Stratalux serves clients of all sizes in the Media and Entertainment industry and beyond from offices in California, Colorado and Romania.